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Our Courses All courses develop your employability skills through Personal and Professional Practice modules All courses develop your critical awareness relevant to your practice All courses undertake study visits by way of events, trips and international visits as appropriate All courses expect you to do work placements and/or work on live briefs There are many opportunities for interdisciplinary work/projects


Who Are We?


Leeds is internationally recognised as a leading centre of learning. “The best UK university destination.� The Independent. A student population of over 200,000, with a large art and design student population. Leeds and the region have a vibrant and rich arts community and design industry Leeds remains the region’s main centre for companies in creative and digital industries, accounting for over 25% of employment in the sector Leeds is the only English city outside London with

Creative Leeds


Our Courses

All courses develop your employability skills through Personal and Professional Practice modules All courses develop your critical awareness relevant to your practice All courses undertake study visits by way of events, trips and international visits as appropriate All courses expect you to do work placements and/or work on live briefs There are many opportunities for interdisciplinary work/projects


Our Higher Education Courses

BA (Hons) Art & Design (Interdisciplinary) BA (Hons) Creative Advertising BA (Hons) Digital Film, Games & Animation BA (Hons) Fashion BA (Hons) Fine Art BA (Hons) Graphic Design BA (Hons ) Interior Design

BA (Hons) Photography BA (Hons) Printed Textiles & Surface Pattern Design BA (Hons) Visual Communication FD/BA (Hons) Furniture Making


Our Courses All courses develop your employability skills through Personal and Professional Practice modules All courses develop your critical awareness relevant to your practice All courses undertake study visits by way of events, trips and international visits as appropriate All courses expect you to do work placements and/or work on live briefs There are many opportunities for interdisciplinary work/projects


Why Leeds College of Art? The last National Student Survey (2011) of final year undergraduates confirmed that we are one of the highest scoring specialist art institutions in the country with an 86% overall satisfaction rate.

Course communities within an environment dedicated to the creative industries. Experienced staff - many of our staff are actively involved in the creative industries.

Industry-standard equipment and facilities Low student staff ratios A recent survey was undertaken (Creative Graduate Creative Futures, 2009) tracking career trajectories of students 5 years after graduating. From the responses received over 75 percent reported that they were employed in the Creative Industries sector National and reputation

increasing

international


What Next?

You must make a judgment whether we are right for you Look beyond the glossy prospectuses

Ask questions about resources, staff, jobs, philosophies

Talk to other students Look at some work


Fees for 2012

The annual fee for new full time UK and EU entrants from September 2012 will be £8250 Graduates only start paying back their tuition and living cost loans once they are earning £21,000 or more. The amount repaid each month will depend on a graduate’s earnings. Repayments will be 9% of any income over £21,000; for example on an annual salary of £25,000 the weekly repayments would be £6.92, or around £30 a month. The debt is written off after 30 years. The loans for tuition fees and for maintenance are treated as one when making repayments. For example; a graduate earning £21,500 would initially make repayments of £4 per month. The monthly repayment would increase to £23 for someone earning £24,000 per year; £30 on a salary of £25,000; £45 on £27,000; and £68 on £30,000.


The annual fee for new full time UK and EU entrants from September 2012 will be £8250. Graduates only start paying back their tuition and living cost loans once they are earning £21,000 or more. The amount repaid each month will depend on a graduate’s earnings. Repayments will be 9% of any income over £21,000; for example on an annual salary of £25,000 the weekly repayments would be £6.92, or around £30 a month. The debt is written off after 30 years. The loans for tuition fees and for maintenance are treated as one when making repayments. For example; a graduate earning £21,500 would initially make repayments of £4 per month. The monthly repayment would increase to £23 for someone earning £24,000 per year; £30 on a salary of £25,000; £45 on £27,000; and £68 on £30,000.

The monthly repayment would increase to £23 for someone earning £24,000 per year; £30 on a salary of £25,000; £45 on £27,000; and £68 on £30,000.

Fees for 2012


Open Day Introduction Simon Thorpe Dean of the Faculty of Fine Art & Design Director of Student Engagement


Simon Thorpe Dean of the Faculty of Fine Art & Design Director of Student Engagement

Open Day Introduction


Open Day Introduction

Simon Thorpe Dean of the Faculty of Fine Art & Design Director of Student Engagement


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